Thousands of young musicians and performers tour the country every summer to the delight of tens of thousands of fans. Three of the top Drum and Bugle Corps in the world competed Saturday night in Chesapeake. Marching Music’s Major Leaguers.
A mother and daughter were killed and three others injured in a two-vehicle crash on I-95 North of Richmond yesterday. Charles Fishburne reports.
The American Red Cross is in the process of restructuring its operations in the Tri –Cities.
This week, more than 10-thousand out of work Virginians are losing benefits because the U-S Senate has yet to act on a bill to extend federal jobless benefits. Jessica Stone reports from Washington.
With temperatures topping 100 degrees yesterday, and more hot weather on the way, the city has opened three cooling shelters to provide relief for people to escape the heat. Charles Fishburne reports.
Actor and award winning film maker Tim Reid is working now on an education film that will be seen by visitors to the State Capitol.
The state Democratic Party spent time yesterday highlighting some of the first tangible benefits of the Health Care Reform Bill. Craig Carper reports.
The State Senate has given preliminary approval to a bill that would extend the statute of limitations from 2 to 20 years for filing civil lawsuits against sex offenders.
Once again, The Maggie Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies has been recognized by Newsweek Magazine in its ranking of American high schools.
Federal agents have arrested the Vice President of Marketing for International Business Network, once based in Henrico county.